It’s a Hard Knock Life

Damon’s been building a set for a junior high production of Annie. He drew up the plans and has been leading a production team of tweens in getting it built. The show is this weekend and we’re going Saturday night to see it in action. I hear tell Daddy Warbucks parlor has been decorated to look exactly like our living room.

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On my nightstand: Servants of the Twilight by Dean Koontz*
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*I don’t want to admit that this is what I’m reading. But it’s true, so I will. And now you are free to mock me. My only defense is that I inhereted my ex-husband’s grandma’s trashy book collection when she passed away and I can’t bring myself to get rid of a one of them without reading it first.

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Don’t feel too terribly bad about your reading choice. I’m reading Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress by Susan Jane Gilman.
    Why, no, she’s not nearly as entertaining as Haven Kimmel or Laurie Notaro and I’m not particularly enjoying it. But I paid money for it.

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  2. Don’t feel too terribly bad about your reading choice. I’m reading Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress by Susan Jane Gilman.
    Why, no, she’s not nearly as entertaining as Haven Kimmel or Laurie Notaro and I’m not particularly enjoying it. But I paid money for it.

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  3. I played Ms. Hannigan my senior year of high school. If I lived up there, I would totally go to see Damon’s production – as I’m a sucker for cheesy musicals.

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  4. I played Ms. Hannigan my senior year of high school. If I lived up there, I would totally go to see Damon’s production – as I’m a sucker for cheesy musicals.

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